Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Blackberry Set To Acquire Good Technology For USD425M

BlackBerry has revealed that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Good Technology for $425 million in cash. The acquisition of Good is aligned with BlackBerry’s strategy to offer customers the most complete,...

FG Introduces Nigeria Millennium Development Goals Information Portal

The federal government through the office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on the MDGs (OSSAP-MDGs), has introduced Nigeria’s first country-wide data portal, the Nigeria Millennium Development Goals Information System (NMIS) for...

Huawei Signs Strategic Partnership With Fidelity Bank For ICT needs

Huawei, global Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions provider, said it has entered into partnership with Fidelity Bank Plc., one of the leading commercial banks in Nigeria for ICT optimization. According BusinessDay, Fidelity Bank is...

Safaricom Opens M-Pesa to Third Party Developers

Safaricom has opened up M-Pesa allowing local and international developers to create applications that use the platform as the main payment option. Developers can now innovate products that assist in development of financial products and...

Microsoft Boosts Africa’s Innovators Through Demo Africa 2015

Microsoft, under the 4Afrika Initiative, has confirmed its support for the upcoming DEMO Africa event in Lagos. This is the fourth time that the software giant has pledged support to the pan-African event, which provides...

Internet of Things Will Change Cybersecurity Forever -Gartner

Over 20 per cent of enterprises will have digital security services devoted to protecting business initiatives using devices and services in the Internet of Things (IoT) by year end 2017, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner...
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Samsung plans to invest US$35 million in Egyptian market

The Korean company Samsung plans to pump new investments of up to US$35 million in its factory at Koam Abu Rady area  for refrigerators and washing machines industry in Beni Suef, head of the...
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Chinese mobile phone company Tecno explains why it only does business in Africa

China-based mobile phone manufacturer, Tecno Telecom Limited, exclusively does business in Africa. Last year, the company released the first ‘made in Ethiopia’ smartphone. Tecno vice president, Arif Chowdhury was in Nairobi recently and told...